"Whitney Walks" as written by and James/barbot Robbins....
he says this is more than just a line
this is more than just free time
these doldrums squat in rows two by two
and in his his pocket he holds a catholic and a key
keeps both feet on the ground

he says this is not quite time to think
this water's not so bad to drink
then chokes a laugh and walks away
and in his pocket he holds a catholic and a key
with both feet on the ground


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    Song MeaningThere is certainly a power struggle going on here. The main guy, presumably Whitney, has a Catholic and a key in his pocket. Having a person in your pocket means you have control over them, while having something in your pocket usually means you are almost certainly going to win or obtain it. And, here, a key could represent knowledge or power. The singling out of the person in his pocket as a “Catholic” could be because the person is perhaps a religious leader who is being paid off or manipulated into doing something. Thus, it could be a song about religious corruption.
    DevMinoron January 07, 2011   Link

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